1987 Honda Civic Crx on 2040-cars
Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, United States
This auction is for a nice unmolested First Generation Honda CRX Hatchback with 103,000 documented miles on the Certificate of Title. Everything works on this CRX with the exception of the Factory Cassette Player. The vehicle was purchased several weeks ago for my 18 year old daughter to travel back and forth to college. At which time it was totally gone over by my mechanic to assure a safe and dependable vehicle, thus completing the Pennsylvania State Inspection along with Federal Emission. The vehicle is currently registered and on the road and has no known issues or problems after being driven over 700 miles. I decided to buy her a new Mazda6 for safety reasons, i.e. air bags, bigger car and comfort reasons so I don't need this CRX sitting around. It should be on the road and enjoyed by someone.
This is a very nice and solid car that retains all the factory original body parts. The front upper grill valance, which is plastic, has a crack. This was a factory issue on all the CRX’s of this year. I have incorporated a picture depicting the damage.
This CRX is in great shape for being a 27+ year old vehicle. This CRX Honda runs, drives, shifts and stops as it was designed from the factory. It’s very dependable / reliable and a blast of fun to drive. The car shows well and is structurally sound with no major body rot. The passenger side has a little bubbling at the rear wheel well and I have incorporated a picture showing same. The underside; floors, rockers, trunk, frame rails are rust / rot free and appear to be in perfect condition. The bottoms of the doors are also in good shape.
This CRX is powered by the factory original 1500 engine with a 3 barrel carburetor and even the choke still works. The transmission is a automatic trans that shifts without hesitation as designed by the manufacturer.
The CRX body is straight, but does have some scratches and chips, but shows well for its age and still shine. The Michelin tires are in good shape and mounted on the factory original rims with factory hub caps.
The interior is also in amazing condition and original for being 27+ years old. The only item that needs to be replaced or repaired is the driver seat, which has come unsewn at the seam / fabric is worn. The dash is also in excellent shape with the radio opening not modified, due to still retaining the original AM/FM Radio.
This CRX has factory Air Conditioning that blows cold. Most CRX’s did not come with AC, so it’s a rare option for the 1987 model year.
I’m sure that I may have missed something but I have honestly and accurately described this Little Honda. If you have any questions or specific picture requests please contact me through Ebay or at (484) 753-1371……..Dave.
The winning bidder will not be disappointed with the car or its condition. This vehicle is available for inspection or to be researched prior to the auction ending. I strongly encourage and recommended this to better aid you in bidding with confidence.
A non- refundable $500.00 deposit is required within 24 hrs after the auction has ended with the remaining balance paid at the time of taking possession of the vehicle. Buyer is responsible for making arrangements for shipping if applicable. I reserve the right to end the auction at any time for the vehicle is also being offered for sale locally.
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Auto blogFri, 20 Dec 2013
While Honda gears up to unveil the new Fit to the US market at the Detroit Auto Show next month, back in its home market, the car's crossover cousin is just going on sale. The Vezel was unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show last month and already has a three-month waiting list in Japan, where Honda projects that 90 percent of customers will opt for the hybrid version. Not so in the United States, however.
When the Vezel reaches American showrooms, there'll be a number of key differences. For starters, it will carry a different name, though Honda isn't saying what that will be. For another, it will be built for North American consumption at Honda's new plant in Mexico, roughly half of whose production capacity is reportedly being allocated to the new crossover. And finally, it'll have a different engine.
In Japan the Vezel is being offered with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, with or without electric assist. Honda won't offer the hybrid version here - at least not initially - but it is preparing to offer a turbo option. Although it has yet to announce US specifications and options, the 1.5-liter turbo four (also unveiled at the Tokyo show) is considered a stronger likelihood than the 1.0- or 2.0-liter versions.
Japanese was clearly the language of operation while we visited Honda's global headquarters in Tokyo last week, as well as its newest factory and principal test track. Chief executive Takanobu Ito (pictured above) spoke to us through an interpreter. But according to the latest reports, the Japanese language is being phased out at Honda in favor of English.
This according to Bloomberg, which points out that tire manufacturer Bridgestone and rival automaker Nissan have implemented similar measures, as have Japanese retail giants Fast Retailing Co. and Rakuten Inc. Honda's shift from Japanese to English comes as part of a shift in focus from central decision-making to a more regional model, but while English has clearly emerged as the international language of business, it's no coincidence that it's also the dominant language here in America. Bloomberg points out that over the 12-month period that ended this past March, North America accounted for a massive 47 percent of Honda's revenues worldwide.
Auto Express is reporting that Honda is set to unveil the production version of its upcoming Acura NSX at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The news comes courtesy of an unnamed "top exec" for Honda Brazil speaking at the Sao Paulo Motor Show. The concept version of the Japanese supercar is currently on display there. Interestingly enough, the same unnamed source claims the production iteration will remain aesthetically identical to the show car. You won't hear any qualms from us on that front.
Of course, the timing of the production debut is a little confusing. For starters, when Acura unveiled the concept last year, the company told the world it would be at least three years before production began. That would give the street-worthy model a 2014 or 2015 designation, the latter being cited more often in media accounts. Thus, we'll keep an eye out for the hybrid supercar in Motown, but we're going to stop short of holding our breath... it might be a while.